Friday, December 31, 2010
The Gallery Walk in January is the Second Saturday, January 8. Several new works in the Gallery, including new paintings by Greg Huebner and Todd Ford shown here to the right.
Monday, December 27, 2010
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Oil on Linen
I went through my photographic reference photos I had last year from teaching the workshop in Midland and wanted to return to the visual theme of morning light filtering through the pine trees. I remembered the many branches crossing to create the illusion of a stained glass window. On exhibit now at Eye On Art Gallery
Saturday, December 11, 2010
Two new works coming from Todd Ford, Texas artist with amazing abilities to render realism, beyond the photo. His work here is titled "Tied Up #2" 20"x22" and available for under $1,000
Friday, December 10, 2010
A quick gallery pic of the work of Nathan Falter from Springfield Pottery. His work is very urban and graphic with strong design. If you are looking for something unique in pottery, I have 4 all stars showing for the gallery walk, Saturday December 11 in Carmel.
Monday, December 6, 2010
Another creative potter on board with Eye On Art Gallery, Michael Schmidt. Michael is Associate Professor Valdosta State University, Valdosta, GA.
"I am interested in combining “pottery” with an identity that is aesthetically and conceptually complex."
The idea of vessel or containment is a dominant concept in my work. While “trained as a functional potter,” I have experimented with many facets of clay and a wide range of firing techniques, however, I have always felt a certain obligation to the utility of a vessel.
Another great potter added to the Eye On Art Gallery is Jeff Rottman from Dutch Lake Pottery in Michigan. Some of you may have seen his work at Penrod and Broad Ripple Art Fair. His works are well designed and crafted. The works will be available for the Second Saturday Gallery Walk in Carmel December 11, 5-10pm.
I am pleased to add Arizona potter, Nicholas Bernard to our 3D mix. His works are exciting, classical shapes.
Texture, pattern and color are successful additions when the shapes are impeccable. Bernard's inspirations are many, from the classic forms of antiquity to the simple, graceful pots made by indigenous peoples and the work of modern studio potters. Bernard seeks to create flawless forms that speak of five thousand years of ceramic tradition.